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a poem or song in which a death is lamented
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There were many ghost schools in Shangla district, but we made the teachers to come to their schools and impart quality education to pupils, but the government is not considerate of our honesty,' Rifat Iqbal, a woman education monitor, lamented.
Earlier, the former captain while addressing a ceremony held in his honour lamented that if Benazir Bhutto would have been alive, the situation of Sindh particularly Karachi would not be worsened this much.
Summary: Future MP Bahia Hariri lamented the presidential vacuum over the weekend but expressed hope that the Lebanese will overcome this ordeal and build an independent and functioning state.
Frisch went on to criticize the Danish National Board of Health and lamented how the Board did not address any of his criticisms of their "Note on the circumcision of boys.
An expert of the international environment group Greenpeace, Mohamed Diame, has lamented the dangers of over-fishing in the waters of the West African sub-region.
How she wept, his eldest daughter, how she lamented and wept, wi bakit bittu ilkabira Cadadit wi bakit "Indeed
Although in the given case more than a year had passed from the death of the lamented husband, the time had not reduced the lamenting widow's regret and grief; besides, she had problems connected with the appearances of the husband in her dreams and his nightly visits to their house.
On the other hand, Paul lamented Peter's betrayal of the truth of the gospel by yielding to the pressure of the Judaizers who insisted that Hellenists should follow the eating practices of Jews (Gal 2:13-16; see Acts 10:10-35).
Under a front-page headline "Murder most fowl", The Star newspaper lamented the demise.
The conservative blogger Andrew Sullivan once grumpily lamented the rise of "the iPod people.
In an October 4 letter to the London Times, signers such as the Dalai Lama, retired Anglican archbishop Desmond Tutu, and Catholic ethicist Father Robert Drinan of Georgetown University lamented the "global horror story" that results in 1,000 deaths a day from the world's nearly 640 million firearms.
Following this diagnosis, Canadian Anglicans who still have faith in our church can only echo Jeremiah's words, as he lamented, "Is there no balm in Gilead; is there no physician there?